I am excited to announce the general availability of the Mule 3.4 release. Mule 3.4 introduces new capabilities across Mule ESB, CloudHub, Mule Studio, Anypoint DataMapper, Anypoint Connectors, and the Anypoint DevKit.
The Next Generation Integration Platform
There are three main areas around which Mule 3.4 introduces innovations that we believe greatly change the traditional ways in which integration is approached.
Enterprise integrations running across trust boundaries demand robust security solutions. Mule enables end-to-end protection of your integration ecosystem. Join Reza Shafii, Director of Product Management at MuleSoft, to better understand how our enterprise-grade security solution can help you.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Block unauthorized access to your systems
- Eliminate exposure of sensitive data and information
- Prevent attacks through proactive threat management
Presenter: Reza Shafii,
We are proud to announce the newly redesigned Community Forums are up and running. Along with a new clean design, we’ve enhanced the overall user experience by making content easily searchable and accessible. Here are a few other highlights:
As cliché as it is to say, it’s hard to believe that an entire year has passed since I last took stock of Mule. When I look back on 2011, it’s absolutely incredible to me how far MuleSoft and the Mule community have come.
After two years of using a theme that we can honestly describe as passé, we have recently overhauled our Blog in big ways. Let’s take a look at how these will benefit our readers:
New look & feel
Changing the look and feel of a site can have a very refreshing effect. We’ve updated our look to a slick, more modern version of its predecessor. This includes a roomier layout for our dev audience that visits us on their super large monitors,
We’re pleased to announce the immediate availability of our newest release of Tcat Server 6. This new release includes many fixes, in addition to bundling the Apache Software Foundation’s official release binaries of the newest Tomcat release, version 6.0.26.
Here is a summary of the changes and fixes that are included in the new version of Tomcat, since our last release of Tcat Server 6:
Recently, while working with Canonical, the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, an opportunity came up for us at MuleSoft to take on open-source community work to improve the Ubuntu Tomcat 6 package. Having spent several years administering the most popular Tomcat Internet Relay Chat channel, I’ve gathered lots of feedback from Tomcat users about what they had difficulty with, and the changes I had to offer turned into implementation work.
The new stable release of Tomcat 6.0.24 represents six months of open source software development. Version 6.0.24 includes a small number of new features, plus a large amount of important bug fixes and enhancements. This release is an incremental bug fix release, but the number of fixes included in this release is high.
The public beta phase is now complete — Tcat Server 6 R1 is now released!
Thanks for all of the help and feedback you gave us during the public beta. We learned quite a bit about what you, the Apache Tomcat community, want in the form of an Enterprise Tomcat server. We made many important changes, added some features, and did a lot of testing.
During the public beta,
We have released the GA version of Tcat Server today. The last few weeks have been exciting, as we were getting a continuous stream of feedback from the community, customers, and prospects.
We added several new features since the public beta release, which I will discuss later in this post.